March 18, 2012

Two Men Kiss at Santorum Rally and Get Kicked Out


Timothy Tross and Ben Clifford shouted to get the attention of the crowd before exchanging a kiss
Santorum was 15 minutes into his speech.  There was some loud shouting from the crowd and when the couple was in full view they exchanged a kiss.  This prompted the staff to eject the two, and the crowd chanted U-S-A while they were thrown out.
When asked whether the kiss was a public display of affection or merely a symbolic act, Timothy Tross of Lombard and Ben Clifford of Algonquin, declined to comment.
What the couple did say was,
“I don’t think the message should be about what my sexuality is. It’s the message that he’s saying about sexuality that matters.”
Gay protestors have stepped up their protest activities outside of Santorum events.  The Ex=Senator is an outspoken opponent of gay rights.
One of the protest groups said,
“We feel it is important to counter Santorum’s anti-gay hate, to set an example to students. Rick sends a message of bullying, but we want high school students to know that other alumni send a message of equality.”
Santorum’s speech focused on the 2012 election and criticized President Obama pretty heavily.
He said,
“We need a president who understands that America is the greatest country in the history of the world and what we’ve done across this country, across this world, it’s not oppress, it’s not invade, we are not invaders, we are not people that seek gain of territory, oil, property,” Santorum said. “What we seek is security for ourselves and liberty and prosperity for others and it’s nothing to apologize for.” 

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